South’s amazing Coffin dominates again

Cross Country

Nashua South

Cali Coffin won the girls portion of the Woods Trail Run (Thetford, VT), with a time of 18:40.40 (out of 621 runners). Overall the team finished with a ninth-place effort collecting 337 points. The Panthers boys squad were at the Battle of the Border (Hudson, NH), where Michael Rzasa placed eighth (12:47.71) in the

freshman race.


Jeffrey Allen was victorious at the Battle of the Border with an impressive victory. The senior posted a sizzling time of 15:46.70 to beat out 93 runners.

Bishop Guertin

The Cardinals freshmen squad put on a show, grabbing four of the top five spots at the Battle of the Border in Hudson.

Alex Girata (12:13.34) bested his teammate Sebastian Zeman (12:14.66) to win the Battle of the Border. Brandon Metzier (12:33.25) and Duncan Premus (12:40.79) finished fourth and fifth respectively.

Nashua North

The Titans finished 11th (290 points, 1:28:49) in the Wickham Park Invitational (Manchester, Conn.). Joseph Curran found the best finish for North, ending the day in 28th with a time of 17:03. The girls squad grabbed a top 10, finishing in ninth place (268 points, 1:52:31). Arianna Braccio ran a time of 20:18 for a sixth-place finish.


Arielle Zlotnick (19:55.34) and Chloe Trudell (20:07.30) finished sixth and 10th respectively to pace the Sabers. Souhegan gathered a fifth-place overall finish (257 points) in the Woods Trail Run. The boys team finished the Woods Trail Run in 15th place out of 51 schools with a score of 439 points. Nathan Stine was the highest finisher for Souhegan in 31st place (18:07.31).


The Tomahawks competed at the Woods Trail Run, rounding their day with a 19th-place finish (523 points). Adele Alexander came in 24th (21:02.99) to best the rest of her Merrimack teammates.


The Broncos had a tough time at the Battle of the Border, with Justin Carbonneau placing 24th (17:07.79).


Quinton Santaniello finished 16th at the Battle of the Border, with a time of 16:35.49, for the Spartans.

Boys Soccer

Pinkerton 5, Bishop Guertin 0 (Friday)

The Cardinals (3-9-1) fell to a streaky Astros squad on Friday night. Bishop Guertin did well in the first half controlling the ball, until they scored on their own net 15 minutes into the second half. Guertin will play cross-town rival Nashua North on Tuesday.

Merrimack 5, Spaulding 0 (Friday)

The Tomahawks (4-8) played their first game under the lights, and it proved to be just what they needed. Jay Wozniak and Carter Tess led the offensive unit with two goals and two assists respectively.

Finishing up the scoring for Merrimack were Johnathan Paulhamus, Andres Ramos and Justin Hoyos. Goalie Jack Goodwin had four saves, to help with the Tomahawks second shutout win in three games. Merrimack visits Pinkerton on Tuesday.